I know what you mean about sleeping well during some good heavy rain.
But, Koco, if you have some older relatives from down south or know some older person from down south, you need to ask them about sleeping in a house with a tin roof during heavy rain; WOW! It has to be the best sleep you will ever have; deep rem sleep.
I have various rain and water soundscape downloaded onto youtube that I play on my tv on nights that I can't sleep; soft rain, rainstorms, heavy rain, rain with thunder, ocean waves, waterfalls, etc.
But, yeah, I've been watching a lot of news about the wildfires in California and I've been reading about the drought (I think I posted something her a while back about the drought in California).
I always wonder why they keep letting people build homes and subdivisions, etc., in disaster planes, you know like in California, where there are always wildfires or mud-slides, in the Mid-West where there are always floods, and on the coasts where there are always hurricanes.
Really, all the extensive building people do, creates the environmental erosion that causes many of these "natural" disasters, or makes the natural disasters that do occur much worse than they would if people had been more environmentally conscious before and during the building of homes and communities and roads, etc.; it disrupts the water cycle, causes mud slides, allow hurricanes to reach further inland, and increases the number of wildfires.